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SYNOPSIS

        monkeysign [-h] [--version] [-d] [-v] [-n] [--test] [-u USER [USER ...]]
                  [--certlevel CERTLEVEL] [-l] [-k KEYSERVER] [--tor]
                  [--socks HOST[:PORT]] [-s SMTPSERVER] [--tls] [--smtpuser SMTPUSER]
                  [--smtppass SMTPPASS] [--mta MTA] [--mua [MUA]] [--nomail] [-t TO]
                  [--save]
                  [pattern [pattern ...]]

DESCRIPTION

       monkeysign is a tool to overhaul the OpenPGP keysigning experience and
       bring it closer to something that most primates can understand.

       The project makes use of cheap digital cameras and the type of bar
       code known as a QRcode to provide a human-friendly yet still-secure
       keysigning experience.

       No more reciting tedious strings of hexadecimal characters.  And, you
       can build a little rogue's gallery of the people that you have met and
       exchanged keys with!

OPTIONS

         pattern               pattern of the key to sign (fingerprint, user id, etc)

         -h, --help            show this help message and exit
         --version             show program's version number and exit
         -d, --debug           request debugging information from GPG engine (lots of
                               garbage)
         -v, --verbose         explain what we do along the way
         -n, --dry-run         do not actually do anything
         --test                run test suite, exit with the number of failing tests
         -u USER [USER ...], --user USER [USER ...]
                               user id to sign the key with (equivalent to GPG's
                               --local-user option)
         --certlevel CERTLEVEL, --cert-level CERTLEVEL
                               certification level to sign the key with (equivalent
                               to GPG's --default-cert-level)
         -l, --local           import in normal keyring a local certification
         -k KEYSERVER, --keyserver KEYSERVER
                               keyserver to fetch keys from
         --tor                 use Tor to get keys and send email
         --socks HOST[:PORT]   connect to SOCKS proxy
         -s SMTPSERVER, --smtpserver SMTPSERVER, --smtp SMTPSERVER
                               SMTP server to use, use a colon to specify the port
                               number if non-default (25). willl attempt to use
                               STARTTLS to secure the connexion and fail if
                               unsupported (default: deliver using the --mta command)
         --tls                 use a complete TLS connexion instead of using STARTTLS
                               to upgrade the connexion. will change the default SMTP
                               port to 465
         --smtpuser SMTPUSER   username for the SMTP server (default: no user)
         --smtppass SMTPPASS   password for the SMTP server (default: prompted, if
                               --smtpuser is specified)
         --mta MTA             command to use to send mail, recipient is passed on
                               the commandline in the "%(to)s" field, or the command
                               must parse the "To:" header (default:
                               /usr/sbin/sendmail -t)
         --mua [MUA]           Mail User Agent to use to send mail. all parameters
                               are passed on the commandline,overrides --mta.
                               (default: xdg-email --utf8 --to '%(to)s' --subject
                               '%(subject)s' --body '%(body)s' --attach '%(attach)s'
                               when specified)
         --nomail, --no-mail   do not send email at all
         -t TO, --to TO        override destination email for testing (default: send
                               individually encrypted email to each uid chosen)
         --save                save the given commandline parameters to the config
                               file

       an  arbitrary  configuration  file may also be supplied on the commandline with a @ prefix
       (e.g.  @foo.conf).  the   following   configuration   files   are   parsed   by   default:
       ~/.config/monkeysign.conf or /etc/monkeysign.conf

DISTRIBUTION

        The      latest      version     of     monkeysign     may     be     downloaded     from
       http://web.monkeysphere.info/monkeysign

AUTHORS

        ('Antoine Beaupr, 'anarcat@debian.org')

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